Volunteer in Africa!

To say Marisa Ranieri is a global citizen would be an understatement. Ranieri spent her early years growing up in South East Asia, and recently graduated from George Washington University with several honors and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs. Graduating with a regional concentration on Africa, Ranieri is extremely passionate about her upcoming journey with WorldTeach to Tanzania. Take a look at this post from Marisa's blog, tanzania365.com, in which she shares with us an awesome infographic encouraging educational volunteerism in Africa. Congratulations on Graduating, Marisa, and we look forward to hearing more from your time in Tanzania! Glad to have you aboard!


Well after this weekend, I'm officially a GW graduate, and subsequently, a GW alumni. The whole thing is absolutely surreal...but that means no more papers, no more books, no more teacher's dirty looks; It's time to get down to business!

I'm spending the day packing up my room and driving up the East Coast with baba yangu (my dad) so today's post is a tad short, but once I get settled, it's just going to be a constant stream of Tanzania prep!

So, similar to an
earlier "Why Teach" post, I'm back to share another fantastic infographic from USAID about the immense benefits of investing in education, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

It truly speaks for itself, so I'll let you get to it!

Mpaka Baadaye,
- Mwalimu M

We'd love to have you join our Tanzania program, too! You can find more information on WorldTeach's volunteer opportunities in Africa on our website at www.worldteach.org. You may also call us in our Cambridge, MA office at 857.259.6646 or email us at recruiting@worldteach.org. 

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